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December 02, 2004
  Ladies hockey season on thin icePDF files may take a moment to load

Once upon a time, there lived a team of intellectually gifted princesses who were cursed by the evil witch of irony who stole their ability to score. This placed them in a league with the brawny college competitors. After three long seasons under the curse, things are not looking better for our queens of ice.

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December 02, 2004
  Bears stick two losses to the hockeysaursPDF files may take a moment to load

The Dinos got set to play their most important game so far this year in front of the largest crowd yet Fri., Nov. 26 at Father David Bauer Arena. Their arch rival, the University of Alberta Golden Bears were in town--a team that the Dinos had not defeated in 40 games. But for the Dinos, their pre-game preparation did not focus on this dismal winless streak, stretching all the way back to 1999.

"We know that they are a good team," said Wade Davis, a first year defenseman.

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November 25, 2004
  Hockeysaurs sore after pair of losses [U of C Edition]PDF files may take a moment to load

After a devastating blow to their ego, the Dinos women's hockey team set out to redeem themselves Sat., Nov. 20 against the NAIT Ooks. While the Dinos again let in six goals, at least this time they scored a few of their own.

"We're still in early season form," excused Head Coach Julie Healy. "I have no doubt we'll be where we need to be [later in the season]."

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November 25, 2004
  Hockeysaurs sore after pair of losses [Red Deer Edition]PDF files may take a moment to load

Disclaimer: No interviews were conducted, all statements are fictional and in no way reflect Red Deer's opinions. Or do they...

Our Red Deer College Queens travelled south Nov. 19 to face the still winless University of Calgary Dinos for a women-on-women hockey battle. As was expected, brawn reigned over brains once again. Our top ranked ladies brought down the last placed Dinos without breaking a sweat.

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November 18, 2004
  Two hockeysaur winsPDF files may take a moment to load

A four-game Dinos losing skid ended with consecutive victories against the University of Regina Cougars Nov. 12-13. With a shut out on Friday night to secure the end of the losing streak, the Dinos finally managed a scoring outburst on Saturday with a 5-1 victory.

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November 11, 2004
  Dinos lack confidencePDF files may take a moment to load

With a six-pack of games under their jerseys, it looks like the Dinos women's hockey squad has some crunches to do. After meeting the Mount Royal College Cougars and the Grant MacEwan College Griffins, our ladies are still searching high and low for a first win.

"We have the talent," Captain Shauna Raugust said with confidence. "We need the confidence going into the games to win."

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November 04, 2004
  Trojans break three timesPDF files may take a moment to load

Like a 23-year old computer science major, the Dinos women's hockey team is having difficulty scoring. This past weekend, they had a skate date with SAIT and NAIT. Fate didn't wait, their goals came too late. Their wins total is still shaped like a plate. That's a zero, mate. Man we're great.

Fri., Oct. 29 our ladies met the Nooks of NAIT. A 4-1 loss doesn't leave much room for positive comment.

"We need to score goals," lamented Head Coach Julie Healy. "We didn't shoot the puck enough."

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November 04, 2004
  Huskier and tougherPDF files may take a moment to load

In a battle between the only undefeated teams left in the Canada West division, the University of Saskatchewan Huskies skated away with two victories, leaving the Dinos with a .500 record. After annihilating the Pronghorns last weekend and having such success on both the power-play and penalty kill, the defensive collapse comes as quite a surprise. In two games, the Huskies scored as many goals as the Dinos had allowed in their entire season to date.

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October 28, 2004
  NHL? Dinos women's hockey come to entertainPDF files may take a moment to load

The Dinos women's hockey team is employing a tortoise's strategy this year. They kicked off their regular season with a sloooow start. Falling behind the hare quickly, they attempted to come back. Unfortunately, it was too little, too late.

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October 28, 2004
  Hockeysaurs give Pronghorns a new assholePDF files may take a moment to load

A nonexistent power-play suddenly roared to life this past weekend, giving the Dinos consecutive victories in their home-and-home series against the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns. The special teams played a huge role for the Dinos, as a grand total of 43 penalties were dished out during the two games.

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